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a construction worker is injured at the new terminal. our temperatures running a bit under yesterday. what you can expect for your sunday, coming up. plus, a bizarre overnight incident, and the officer on scene who could now be in trouble.
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good morning, welcome to team view, mornings on 2. >> a lot of activity is going on throughout the bay area today, let's get right to meteorologist, rosemary orozco with a check on your forecast. >> good morning to you, we're going to be clinging down a little more for today, the clouds are back this morning, 2 to 4 degrees cooler than where we started yesterday. yes expect the clouds to hug the coast line. some clearing expected in the afternoon for the north coast. areas around san jose, and half moon bay. the onshore breeze continues to blow inland, and chase that heat away. we'll tell you how much cooler you can expect to be in your neighborhood, coming up in just a few moments. one person is dead, and another is in the hospital after an accident on interstate
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880 this morning. several cars were involved in the crash. highway patrol says one of the cars stopped on the interstate, and was then hid by two other vehicles. three lanes were closed for several hours, but have since reopened. also from overnip night, a bizarre incident in vacaville ends up with a police officer facing possible discipline action. a female guest at the super 8 hotel walked into the lobby neighbor ed with -- naked with a gun in hand. the clerk and 911 operator talked the woman into surrendering. police say she may have been intoxicated. >> hold on just a second. >> while a ktvu photographer interviewed a sergeant on camera about the story, a gunshot was heard in the background. vacaville police tell us, an
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officer's gun had accidently discharged. we're told the officer could face disciplinary charges. no one was hurt in either incident. in san jose, police are investigating an early morning stabbing that happened early this morning. it's not clear what led up to the stabbing. the condition of the victim also is not known. and no arrests have been made. construction work remains halted on san francisco's new transbay terminal project. allie rasmus is in the city with a live report on what led up to this accident. >> reporter: this is where it happened. this is the construction site for the transbay transit center. it's sunday morning, so there's no construction activity right now, there is questions on when it could resume because of that accident. there are different accounts of exactly what went wrong. pg and e says the worker sawed through a power line.
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late last night, a spokesperson told ktvu, a worker was actually driving an excavator, and that the machine hit the power line. we're still trying to get clarification on that. the construction worker suffered third degree burns to his hands and face. the pg and e crews came to the scene after the accident happened to reroute electricity around the site. there was power here yesterday. pg and e explained. >> it's not always feasible in some cases to cut power to many, many customers while a construction project is. just as it won't be feasible to cut their power, water, sewer, gas, or service for many years. >> reporter: the new transit center is scheduled to open in 2017. pg and every, and cal-osha are investigating what happened.
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construction on this spot may be put on hold until those investigations are finished, but again, we're trying to reach those project spokespersons to get an update. live in san francisco, allie rasmus, ktvu, channel 2 news. this morning, the investigation continues into a triple homicide into the city of richmond. three people were shot and killed inside a unit at the triangle court public housing complex. 36-year-old michael anderson who lived at the home is among those killed. 19-year-old dante deloney, and a 28-year-old man from san leandro has also been killed. >> the investigation reveals that people inside the house were all involved in interactions, and that led to an argument, and gunfire. >> police say a possible motive could be robbery. investigators confirm, they
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have questioned one person of interest. they say they found several guns inside the home, possibly used in that shootout. after a quiet few months, there have been six homicides in richmond in the past week. three men were killed in four separate shootings. richmond police increased patrols following last weekend's violence. today police say no arrests have been made in any of those homicides. the u.s. coast guard will resume their search for seven people from a boat that sank off the baja coast. an aerial crew completed its fifth search yesterday of a 1,000 square mile area in the sea of cortez in mexico. the mexican navy and the mexican federal police also are participating in the search effort. one of the passengers who made it to safety says he owes his life to a friend on the trip.
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he says fellow passenger glen wong who had a floatation device and a life preserver gave him a vest. gibson spent 16 hours in the water before swimming to a rocky island. >> it was surrealistic. i mean, i'm here, and as i saw the ship pointed this direction, just like the titanic. it went slowly. i could read the name, eric as it went down in the water. >> gibson said he was so exhausted, he started hallucinating waiting for rescuers. he says he believes the seven could be still alive, especially if they reached one of the islands in the area. congressional leaders are meeting with president obama at the white house, to continue debt negotiations. house speaker john boehner says the republicans will not budge on their stands. they will not support a plan to reduce the deficit about $4
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trillion over the next seven years. boehner favors a smaller deficit reduction deal. we will have more on today's white house meeting. in about an hour, the space shuttle atlantis will dock at the international space station. the four person crew spent their first full day. the shuttle appears to be in good condition. the main mission is to deliver supplies to the space station. this is the last shuttle flight in the fleet's 30 year history. ♪ [ music ] good morning to you. a live look outside our doors, where the gray skies are back with us this morning, and our temperatures running a little cooler. from 2 to 4 degrees in many areas. let's take a look at some of those temperatures as we maybe get out early this morning. 53degrees right now, san francisco. redwood city checking in about 54. 54 in napa and mid-50s, concord, as well as livermore
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sh and fairfield, where the winds are blowing pretty good right at the airport. we get that delta breeze there. and the onshore breeze will continue throughout the afternoon, drive our temperatures back just a little more than what we saw for saturday. your fog forecast, we do have a little bit 6 fog reported in santa rosa. san jose, mostly clear skies this morning. by 10ebg, it does begin to peel back just a little bit, but still right inside the bay, berkely, richmond, san rafael, and down the peninsula coast, we will continue with the clouds, even throughout the afternoon it looks like it's going to hug the coast here, so we could actually see, just plenty of gray, from half moon bay, down into santa cruz. we continue with this trend. we now have a trough again setting up along the coastline, it's only going to deepen over the next several days. we'll continue to cool. today, slightly cooler than what we saw yesterday.
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widespread mid- to upper 70s along the north bay. inland, east bay, upper 70s, to low 80s. come closer to the coast and we've got 66 for oakland along the bay. 71 in fremont this afternoon. 75 santa clara, and then, for areas daly city down to pacifica, and half moon day, upper 50s, low 60s in your forecast for the afternoon. so a cool one there. 62 san francisco. we'll have the forecast coming up in just a bit. your extended forecast here. so this cooling tremendous, we're just not going to shake it anymore soon, all the way into thursday. upper 50s, lower 60s into the coast. our temperatures inland, not feeling summer like at all. widespread mid-70s by tuesday and wednesday. we also have your giants forecast coming up in a bit. time now for your live drive time traffic. i want to give awe live look in free -- you a live look in fremont.
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no problems in either direction there. also, the approach looking clean. all clear on this sunday morning. the royal couple will spend their final day in california visiting organizations on what is known as skid row in los angeles. prince william, and his wife kate plan to watch a dance performance at a nonprofit academy today. they also plan to attend a job fair for u.s. servicemen and women. last night, the duke and duchess mingled with a list celebrities at the british academy of film, and television arts ceremony in los angeles. attendees included tom hanks and barbara streisand. >> i'm immensely proud of the success brits have had in the fiercely competitive world of film, television, and video games. >> they arrived in los angeles friday, after a nine day trip to canada. even though they have been in california just a couple days.
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the royal couple has raised thousands of dollars for charity. yesterday, prince william participated in a chairthy polo match in santa barbara. some paid $400 a ticket just to get into the event. vip tickets were selling for $4,000. for those polo players who actually wanted to be on prince william's team, the cost for them, $100,000. quite a lot. the press has stopped for the last time at the news of the world. what's next for the paper staff. a bright idea in texas that could save the incandescent light bulb from dimming for good.
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good morning to you, san jose, checking in with partly cloudy skies there,
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temperatures sitting at 55 degrees. >> new this morning, u.k. tabloid, news of the world is saying thank you, and goodbye. the tabloid is shutting down after allegations that the paper's reporters hacked the voice mails of celebrities, homicide victims and families of fallen soldiers. the paper's sudden end puts 200 journalists out of work. >> obviously, this is a devastating day for all of us at news of the world. i'm so proud of my colleagues who have continued this week in absolutely trying and very personally, difficult circumstances. >> news of the world has been around for 168 years. the paper is owned by news corps, the parent company of fox news. rupert murdoch arrived at the offices of the division. a roadside bomb killed
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three police officers in the city of kandahar. also today, a top afghan district leader was killed by a roadside bomb. leon panetta is spending the weekend in afghanistan. despite this morning's violence, he remains optimistic the u.s. will defeat al-qaeda. he met karzai and david petraeus. >> the key is that having gotten bin laden, we've now identified some of the key leadership within al-qaeda, both in pakistan as well as in yemen. >> panetta is also meeting with american troops. president obama wants to bring about 10,000 service members back home this year, and 20,000 next year. a strong earthquake in
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japan prompted a brief tsunami warning today. a magnitude 7.3 quake shook the northeast coast, the same area devastated by the march earthquake and tsunami. residents received orders to evacuate this morning, but the tsunami order was lifted after several hours. house speaker john boehner is abandoning plans to pursue a massive $4 trillion deficit reduction package. speaker boehner says a smaller agreement is more realistic. >> both men agree, it's going to hurt. but where to find that money? that's where the two camps divide. republicans don't want tax increases. democrats want to keep entitlements like medicare, and social security in tact. so far, no one is budging. the two sides will meet in the white house again sunday inside. >> we agree on some of the big thingsment we agree after a decade of racking up deficits
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and debt, we need to get our fiscal house in order. both sides are going to have to step out of their comfort zones and make some sacrifices. >> reporter: it's almost an automatic no vote for republicans elected with tea party bagging, and democrats elected to keep entitlements as is. >> i also believe that we ought not to put this country on the brink of financial chaos and bring us down in the eyes of the world. >> let's just review some of the statistics mr. speaker. there have been 2.5 million jobs lost since this president took office. >> reporter: it will take about three weeks to write the bill, tweak it, and push through both houses.
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mountain view based google is getting ready to report its second quarter based earnings this tuesday. it is expected to post double- digit gains. up nearly 19% from a year ago. google stock dropped on friday, despite the positive forecast. overall, company shares went up 8% in june, but remain down, 8% on the year. the commerce department will release its june retail sales report on thursday. bloomberg is reporting that sales stayed flat last month. the june jobs report released last friday said the nation's unemployment rate rose slightly. after an 11 year streak, lexus is no longer the top luxury brand in the united states. sales will fall 19% this year, placing it behind bmw.
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representatives say the decrease is due to the earthquake in japan. transformers continue to rule the weekend box office. transformers, dark of the moon held onto the top spot at theaters on friday, taking in $14.9 million. when the final numbers come in, the movie is expected to bring in $46 million for its second weekend run. dark of the moon debuted at the top spot last week with $116 million. this weekend's second highest grossing movie is expected to be horrible bosses. texas is trying to save the incandescent light bulb. now, texas governor, rick perry has signed a new measure, calling on his state to defy the law. the law says texas can continue selling them, but only if
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they're made and sold in texas. ironically, it was former texas governor, and president george w. bush who signed the bill, calling for the end to the incandescent bulb. the blue angels air show wowing crowds this weekend in florida. when you'll be able to see them up close. our afternoon temperatures will continue to slide. we'll take a look at what you can expect outside your door for the afternoon, coming up. what are you reading, sweetie? her diary. when you're done, i'd love some feedback. sure.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. time now is 7:23. >> it was cold coming in, but a little bit of a warm up headed our way. >> temperatures will rebound once again, although we're going to be a little cool for this time of year. take a look what's happening outside oar door. big pockets of sunshine in some areas. we're giving you a live look.
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at&t park, are you headed to see the giants this afternoon? it's going to be a breezy one. temperatures will be running a little cool. 60degrees expected. partly cloudy skies. game time right about 5:05. make sure bring along, perhaps a jacket. if you're going to be on the other side of town for sunday streets you is expect upper 50s and lower 60s. temperatures comfortable, even inland. mid-70s in napa today. 80 for livermore. 71 fremont. 76 for san jose. 71 mountain view. 59degrees in pacifica. extended forecast here, we will continue unseasonably cool weather all the way through thursday. we could see a patchy drizzle throughout the morning hours, and this pattern going to be with us. if it's been a little hot for you inland, enjoy.
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you're back into the mid, and low 70s tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. back to you. a truck driver in michigan was killed after his semi truck slammed into a grocery store. this is the aftermath of yesterday's crash. police say the driver was cut off on a highway, lost control, shot up an embankment, and slammed into the side of the market. one witness says two cars were racing nearby, and may have played a role in that incident. fighter jets intercepted two civilian planes near camp david this weekend. the two separate incidents took place yesterday, while president obama was there for a presidential retreat. in those cases, the civilian planes were hit by f15 fighter jets. this is the fourth time this month that planes have been intercepted while president obama was at camp david. pilots finally reached their destination, one day after an unexpected detour. the plane departed from chicago
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friday, but was diverted to cleveland. an airport spokesperson says a male passenger was acts suspiciously, and would not comply with the flight crews request to calm down. the man than got physical with the pilot, and several other passengers tackled the man. >> the man came up, put him in a head lock, they got him down on the ground. >> the man was removed from the plane in cleveland, and questioned by the fbi. passengers had to spend the night in cleveland, because the fly crew had exceeded the allotted number of hours for the day. big crowds in florida. thousands packed pensacola beach for the famous blue angels air show. they performed nearly an hour of daring stunts yesterday. larger crowds are even expected for today's show. people in the pay area will be able to see them perform in just a few months.
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fleet week kicks off in san francisco on october 6. new information this morning on that fatal bart shooting. plus the protest that's being planned. a construction worker is injured at the sight of the new trance bay transit center. coming up, the conflicting reports of what went wrong, and how it could affect construction. the real estate project bringing 49er great, joe montana to santa clara.
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possible delays for san francisco's new terminal project after a worker comes in line with a live power line. >> that action was halted for work on this sunday. >> reporter: there are different accounts of exactly what went wrong. pg and e says this construction subcontractor sawed into a power line. late last night, a transit spokesperson says this worker was actually on an excavator and that the machine hit the power line. we're going to show you where this happened from our mass
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cam. this is the construction site for the transbay transit center. the construction worker suffered third degree burns to his hands and face, when he came into contact with an underground power line. pg and e says the power was on at this construction site when the accident happened. they have since turned it off. pg and e says as a safety precaution they're supposed to have maps of where their underground power lines are located. >> really, there's a lot of moving parts, so everybody needs to exercise a lot of caution. >> reporter: the new transit center is scheduled to open in 2017. it is a mull tie year project. mean while, pg and e, and cal- osha are investigating this accident that happened yesterday. a spokesperson said last night, that construction at this site
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could be put on hold, possibly until these investigations are finished, and we're still trying to get in touch with that project spokesperson this morning to get an update on how construction schedule could be impacted. live in san francisco, allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. new information this morning on the fatal bart shooting that occurred within week ago -- one week ago today. bart police shot and killed a man they say was holding a knife. now the chronicle is reporting, san francisco police had a brief showdown with bart police over who would conduct the probe into the shooting. they have since agreed to subject separate, but parallel investigations organizers will be calling for the complete shut down of the bart police force. they're also calling for the officers involved to be
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prosecuted. police say a man mistakenly stepped on an accelerator while trying to park. just across the street from glen park bart station. paramedics took the man to the hospital, but his injuries are not considered serious. police are investigating an armed robbery at a safeway. it happened around 7:25 yesterday morning. police say a man walked into the store, pointed a gun at the clerk at the customer service desk and demanded cash. he got away in a white chevy impala with an undisclosed amount of money. no one was injured during the robbery. a vallejo teenage is facing multiple charges after police say he caused an accident that injured several people. officers tried to pull him over in fairfield, but i he didn't
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stop. the suspect lost control at broadway, hitting three cars at a stoplight. >> a cloud of smoke went up in the air. by the time i got over here, there was funnel county, vallejo pd, there was everybody. guns drawn and chasing people everywhere. >> most seriously injured was a 5-year-old boy. the 17-year-old suspect faces hit-and-run, evading arrest, and stolen vehicle charges. palo alto's gun buy back program was held yesterday. the event was held just one month after a 3-month-old was killed by gunfire in east palo alto. >> there wasn't a dry eye in the department. everyone took it pretty hard.
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>> sergeant carson says despite the fatal shooting last month, gun violence is down about 50% from last year in east palo alto. the union approved a contract that requires officers to contribute an additional 3% of salaries to the pension fund over the next two years. in exchange, the city agreed to no layoffs for this fiscal year. mayor ed lee is asking workers to make concessions to ease the city's budget deficit. if firefighters agree to a similar plan, it could save the city $31 million over the next two years. a blood drive held for a martinez police officer who died of cancer is being called an overwhelming success. he died on june 22 from nonhodgkins lymphoma. on friday, people donated blood in his memory. a total of 75 units of blood was collected.
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the department hopes to make the blood drive annual event. caltrans will host a safety event tomorrow. a death occurred back in june in san diego. richard gonzalez died after being hit by a car. he was cleaning up trash outside a connector ramp. caltran encourages drivers to follow the move over law. it requires drivers to slow down and move over next to a car that has any lights. montana wants to build a commercial development next to the planned 49ers stadium. santa clara is requesting the council deny. believing others should have a chance to lease the property through an open bid. dogs may soon be allowed back on the streets of downtown
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santa cruz. the city banned dogs downtown in 1976, in part because of homeless people who did not pick up after their pets. dog owners hope that a new bill, which requires dogs to have colors will convince the council to lift the downtown ban, when it comes up for a vote this week. a cs pink is making its way to raise money and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. the avon walk for breast cancer is a two day event. more than 2,000 men and women are walking 18 miles. >> mitsy is my sister. she died 11 years ago. i said i would start walking for her. >> it's strangers, except for one reason. and the reason is, breast cancer. everyone either wants to avoid it, or survive it. >> we'll wrap up at 3:00 today at fort mason. in just about 30 minutes,
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space shuttle atlantis will dock at the international space station. i want to give you a live look right now at the international space station. the four person crew spent their first full day in orbit, inspecting the shuttle. a final assessment won't be made until later this week. it looks to be in good condition. the shuttle's main mission is to deliver supplies to the space station. this is the last flight in the fleet's 30 year history. ♪ [ music ] good morning to you. a live look at bay point here. we have plenty of sunshine outside your door. inland areas waking up with mostly clear skies. meanwhile, along the coastline, the low clouds just piled up once again. we're looking at patchy fog and cloud cover out there. we even got a bit of clearing around redwood city and mountain view. san jose reporting from partly
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sunny to partly cloudy skies. winds are variable, and light. fairfield, also concord, so that delta breeze really blowing. you can see, we have clouds along the east bay inland, east bay waking up with mostly clear skies. breezy outside your door, which means it's going to feel cool. if you need to get out early, bring along a jacket. it looks like we have some breaks around sonoma, petaluma, nevada. our temperatures will continue to cool. that trough off the coast will continue to deepen as we move through today, and into your workweek, here we are, 9:00 this morning, and we've got that low cloud cover. it does pull back once again, very similar to yesterday, right about 11:00 noon time, we
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watch that haze begin to breakup. here it is about noon time, just inside the bay. perhaps along the coastline, oakland, alameda. san leandro may see a little bit of this. san francisco, going to be mostly gray. partly cloudy late in the day, and the low cloud deck expected to hold tough, from half moon bay down to santa cruz. 5:00now, it looks like we may see a little clearing over san francisco, before it rolls back in tonight. here's what we can expect for today. the clouds and cool conditions. along the bay, we will be mostly sunny in the afternoon. breezy around the area from 10 to 20 miles per hour. mostly sunny, and warm. temperatures will be a little cooler in some spots. 53 in san francisco. mid-50s, oakland, hayward, concord, and down into san jose. santa rosa, 77, 75 for napa. 80degrees expected in
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fairfield. inland areas, livermore, checking in right about 80 degrees. cooler, closer to the coast. 72 redwood city, and a cool day at half moon bay. 76 as we head south into san jose. your extended forecast, we continue with this cooling trend. upper 50s, low 60s for the coast. widespread, mid-70s by tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. if you're heading out to sunday streets, we'll take a look at that forecast for you coming up in just a bit. funeral services will be held tomorrow for the man who fell over a railing during an a's baseball game. shannon stone fell about 20 feet behind the outfield wall. he was reaching to catch a ball, tossed his way by josh hamilton. the rangers say they plan to meet this week to address safety at the stadium. they've already been in contact about ensuring safety for fans. this week, jaycee dugard opens up about her life story.
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her book, a stolen life goes on sale on tuesday. people magazine has already printed excerpts. she says she published her memoir to document her 18 year ordeal. in the book, she discusses her therapy sessions, her behavior, with the garridos, and how she wishes the best for her two daughters. ground zero is being opened up to the public. tickets will be available soon. remembering betty ford, the services taking place for the former first lady. here's a live look at east shore freeway in berkely. your watching ktvu, mornings on 2.
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good morning to you, san francisco, waking up with clouds, and fog out there, and a cool start to the morning. new this morning, rescuers in china have found two trapped miners alive. the miners spent more than 180 hours under ground. crews think four more men might be trapped in the same section. 8 people have died. 12 miners are still missing. tens of thousands of people attended the swearing in ceremony of the south sudan president. south sudan officially became its own nation, after separating from the north last week. but delicate issues remain unresolved between the two countries. the government this morning
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unveiled a carbon tax plan that forces australia's 500 worst polluters to pay special fees. the more carbon, the higher the penalty. some of the money will help those households hit with higher power bills. thousands of thrill seekers have run with the bulls in spain for the fourth day. ten people were injured today at the festival in pam pamplona. but no one was gored. this running of the bulls in new orleans is a little bit safer, maybe than the original. the bulls in this case are members of a roler derby team. some of them are armed with plastic bats and they say they hit those who get in their way. an ohio family is crediting swimming lessons with helping to save their 3-year-old son,
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after he fell into a well. dylan fall into a well, after the rotting plywood on top gave way, was -- as he was on top of it. he was able to stay afloat in ten feet of the water. >> amazing what you can do, if your son or daughter is trapped in a well, screaming and crying for your name. you would do pretty much about anything. >> firefighters eventually arrived on scene to help pull the father and son out. the 3-year-old was taken to the hospital as a precaution. starting today, you can purchase new tickets to visit the ground zero memorial. the memorial opens on september 11, but only dignitaries and families who lost loved ones will be allowed back in that day. the memorial is built around the footprints of the twin towers. this weekend, private and public services will be held to
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honor former first lady, betty ford. she was 93 years old. on tuesday, a private family prayer service is scheduled to take place in palm desert. a funeral service is scheduled for thursday in michigan. she is to be buried alongside her husband at the gerald ford presidential library and museum in grand rapids. another presidential candidate is committing to a conservative group's marriage pledge. former pennsylvania nor, rich santorum says he has signed the marriage pledge from a conservative group in iowa. it calls on presidential candidates to oppose adultery, same-sex marriage, and appoint faithful constitutionalists as judges. michele bachmann is the only other candidate to sign the pledge so far. another presidential hopeful is stumping through florida this weekend. john huntsman will base his
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campaign in orlando. >> you're going to court your way to prosperity through tax reform, through regulatory reform, and through steps toward energy independence. >> his wife is from orlando, he left his post as ambassador to china to run for president. oprah could have another new gig already lined up. the speculation surrounding the queen of talk in a major awards show. unseasonably mild weather continues for your sunday. coming up, what you can expect outside your door for the afternoon.
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i want to bring you up to speed on some breaking news. a united flight to frankfort, germany was diverted to chicago after a threat was found inside
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a bathroom. it landed at o'hare international airport about 1:00 a.m. the station flight was searched cleared and allowed to continue onto germany. the spokesman says a crew member found a sticker with a threatening message in a bathroom. the plane was diverted in an abundance of caution. we want to give you a live look outside for your drive time traffic. here is a look at the golden gate bridge. traffic moving lightly there. the giants not playing a day game, it's a night game, so things looking smoothly as you make your way into san francisco. some san francisco streets will be closed to cars for five hours today, as part of the sunday streets program on the second sunday of every month, the city shuts down streets in
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one neighborhood so people can skateboard and ride bikes through the area. the great highway will also be closed between sloat and lincoln. brentwood's celebration of all things corn continues today. money raised goes to local nonprofits groups. it continues from 10:30 this morning to 6:00 tonight. rosemary, probably blue skies at least out there again today. >> yes, we're looking at a nice warm up, running cool for this time of year, maybe you like it that way. giving you a look of what's happening outside your doors. sunshine in pockets out there. we'll continue to watch the low clouds along the coastline. let's take a look at that. temperatures right now siding in the low -- sitting in the low to mid-60s. parts of the north bay reporting low clouds and fog. and we've got the clouds
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hanging along the coast. mid-50s in san jose. we go inland, and are mostly sunny. livermore, and concord checking in about 55. napa, 54 degrees. santa rosa, even a little dense fog reported there with visiblability about a quarter mile. partly cloudy skies for the afternoon. upper s, low 60s is all we get around golden gate and the great highway for today. bring along a jacket, and maybe bundle up the kids if you're going to be headed along that direction. similar to yesterday, slightly cooler in some areas. upper 50s for the coast. low 70s inland. for your lunchtime. then at 4:00 in the afternoon, still upper 50s along the coast, and low 80s for some inland areas like antioch. head to the north bay, mid- upper 70s, along the coastline, 62 san francisco. 59 for pacifica. the extended forecast here,
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we're going to continue with this trend. mid-70s for inland spots by tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. the giants are looking to close out their first half of the season with a series win against the new york mets. yesterday, the giants had to make a one run lead hold up most of the game. they were down one in the 1st, nate schuerholz hits one over the bag. aubrey huff slaps one to second. the mets try to turn the double play, but huff beats the throw to first. pablo sandoval scores. the giants lead 2-1, and that's all they would need. the bullpen finished the rest. the giants win, 3-1. in texas, the flags were flying at half staff inrariance of the fan who -- remembrance of the fan who died during
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thursday's rangers/a's game. it was up to closer andrew bailey in the bottom of the 9th, two outs, no one on, but the throw goes wide. after a collision, he's safe at first. up next, that was josh hamilton, and bye bye baseball. the shot goes high into the upper deck. the rangers win, 7-5. new york yankees shortstop derek jeter is the newest member of baseball's 3,000 hit club. >> that one cleared deep to left field. looking up, see ya! 3,000. >> there it went. jeter is the 28th major leaguer to reach the milestone, and the first yankee to do it. the teammates met him at home plate to celebrate it. he hit safely in all five at- bats, and drove in the winning
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run. the lucky fan who grabbed jeter's 3,000th hit, decided to give the ball back to the shortstop. christian lopez says he's a life long yankees fan, and never waiverred about giving the ball to jeter. >> mr. jeter deserved it. i'm not going to take it away from him. money is cool and all, but i'm only 23 years old, i have a lot of time to make that. >> he said he didn't want anything but to give the ball to jeter. but the team awarded him anyway, with four luxury box tickets for every game remaining in the season, including the playoffs if the yankees make it there. he gets a ball signed by jeter and other yankee merchandise. could there be another hosting gig for oprah? the chicago sun-times reports she is at the top of the list of candidates to host the academy awards.
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but oscar organizers are down playing it, saying it is only a rumor. she would be the fourth woman to do so. the fifth annual high heels race kicked off in moscow yesterday. hundreds of people cheered. some of the ladies gave themselves a boost by taping their shoes to their feet. the women were racing for a chance to win a shopping spree at a mall. britain's news of the world has published its last issue. prince william and kate are wrapping up their california trip, how they'll spend their final day in the golden state.
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a worker is injured at the site of the transbay transit center. we just got an update on how construction could be impacted. several lanes of interstate 880 are back open this morning, after a fatal crash last night. plus are at the vacaville hotel after a nude woman walks into the lobby with a gun.
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good morning, everyone, welcome to mornings on 2. i'm mike mibach. >> it's sunday, july 10. temperatures today, once again cooler than normal. let's check in with meteorologist, rosemary orozco with a look at your forecast. >> we're cooler this morning. this cooling trend takes hold, and well, it's not going to shake us loose anytime soon. take a look at what's going on through the morning hours. waking up with a.m. clouds, although we do have sunshine out there. afternoon highs ranging from the upper 50s along the coast to upper 70s, low 80s inland. the afternoon sea breeze will be back with us once again. we'll take a look at the temperatures out the door for you this morning, and what you can expect for the afternoon coming up. overnight, a united airlines flight was diverted after a threat was found inside a bathroom. a united flight spokesman says the flight landed at o'hare airport in chicago around 1:00
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a.m. a crew member found a threatening sticker with a message in the bathroom and the plane was diverted as a precaution. it happened around 3:00 a.m., just north of 66th avenue in oakland, several cars were involved in this crash. highway patrol says one of the cars stopped on the interstate and was hit by other vehicles. a bizarre incident in vacaville ends up with a police officer facing possible disciplinary action. authorities say a female guest at the super 8 motel walked into a lobby naked with a gun in hand. the clerk called 911. with officers surrounding the building, they talked the woman into surrendering. police say she may have been intoxicated.
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>> hold on just a second. >> a gunshot was heard in the background. vacaville police tell us, an officer's gun had accidently discharged. we're told the officer could face disciplinary charges. no one was hurt. along the way, a transit project could take even longer now. new information in an accident at the transbay construction site. >> reporter: we're going to show you exactly where this accident happened yesterday. the right along fremont and mission. that area roped off with caution tape. i just spoke with the transbay, transit station who said cal- osha completed their investigation, but have not released their findings yet. the spokesperson told us that this worker who was injured yesterday, was drying an excavator, boring into the ground, when the machine hit a power line. this happened 12:30 yesterday
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afternoon. the worker was trying to relocate some underground utility lines as part of this construction project when the accident happened. he is expected to make a full recovery. he explained that that utility relocation work in that particular corner, that one corner on fremont and mission will stop for new, until they can figure out what went wrong. >> we can't say when, only that they will allow work to continue there when the deemed safe, and appropriate. and all questions have been answered. we don't believe it will impact the schedule. as we said there is work going on throughout the project area. >> reporter: it is a multiyear project. as you heard, he says construction on the rest of this site and the rest of the project will continue as formal starting tomorrow. the work of relocating the utility lines in that corner,
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that specific corner on fremont and mission will be put on hold. an investigation continues into a triple homicide in richmond. three people were killed yesterday afternoon. michael anderson, who lived at the home is among the people killed. dante deloney of oakland, and a 28-year-old man from san leandro has also been killed. >> the preliminary investigation reveals that people inside the house were all involved in an interactions, and that led to an argument and gunfire. >> police say a possible motive could be robbery. investigators confirm they've questioned one person of interest. they found several guns inside the home, possibly used in the shootout. after a quiet few months, there have been six homicides in richmond in the last week. in a period of three hours last
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sunday, four men were killed in shootings. today flies say no arrest -- police say no arrests have been made in any of those homicides. police are investigating an early morning stabbing around 1:30 this morning around the intersection of south king and tuley roads. it's not clear what led up to the stabbing. the condition of the victim also is not known. no arrests have been made. the u.s. coast guard will resume its search for seven people. in the sea of cortez near san louis. the mexican police are also participating in the search effort. one of those who made it to shore says he owes his life to a friend. he said glen wong gave him a
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vest. gibson spent 16 hours in the water before swimming to a rocky island. >> it was surrealistic. i mean i am here, and as i saw the ship pointed this direction, just like the titanic. it went slowly. i could read the name, eric as it went down in the water. >> gibson says he was so exhausted he started hallucinating, while waiting for rescuers. he believes the seven missing might still be alived, especially if they reached one of the islands in the area. a brief tsunami warning, a magnitude 7.3 quake shook the northeast coast, the same area devastated by the march earthquake and tsunami. the tsunami warning was lifted after several hours. there are no immediate reports of injuries or damage. right now, the space shuttle atlantis is docking at the international space
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station. here's a live look that we have. the four person crew spent their first day in orbit, inspecting the shuttle to make sure it wasn't damaged during the launch. the shuttle appears to be in good condition. the main mission is to deliver supplies to the international space station. this is the last shuttle flight in the fleet's 30 year history. good morning to you, a live look at san francisco here. dealing with the gray skies and fog. and the onshore breeze. we will have the clouds with us for the afternoon along the coast. the rest of us should be most ly sunny. pockets of sunshine. giving you a look at winds about san francisco. a southerly breeze, south and southwesterly throughout the afternoon. oakland reporting 10 along the
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city, we're looking at just a light breeze at this time. we've got that gray out there. pacifica stretches over the bay bridge there. partly sunny skies. hayward reporting partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies right now. this is where we're mostly clear as well. redwood city, mountain view, and san jose, 7 mile-per-hour. inland spots reporting clear skies this morning. a little breezy in concord. the north bay, even a little fog over santa rosa for the morning hours. by the afternoon, we're going to be mostly sunny. for your lunch hour, just inside the bay, looking at haze and fog. we've got it along the coastline. avon, walkers will continue with the cool conditions and gray skies for most of the day. 4:00in the afternoon, it backs up, still right along the coast. half moon bay, into santa cruz, could be gray for you, as well as san francisco.
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along the golden gate, it goes without saying. there's that trough. it is going to continue to deepen as we move through the first half of your week. that will continue to drive temperatures down. current temperatures now, 53 san francisco. mid-50s in oakland. 55 for napa. your afternoon highs, well, it's going to feel a little like spring out there in some spots. hopefully, you enjoy that. 75 in napa. 66 for areas right along the upper area near richmond. 64 in berkely. we're looking at 79 for walnut creek. head south, mid- to upper 70s. morgan hill, 80 degrees expected for the afternoon. along the coastline, you'll need at least a light jacket. extended forecast, cooling even further monday into tuesday, going to hold in the upper 50s, and lower 60s. our inland spots even cooler. mid-70s by tuesday.
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low 70s by wednesday and thursday. we'll take a look at your giants forecast coming up. there will be more negotiations today over the nation's debt ceiling. president obama and congressional leaders will meet at the white house. we are learning that the house speaker now has a new plan for reducing the deficit. after more than a century in existence, a british tabloid has pubbished its last issue. the time is 8:11. you are warning mornings on 2.
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good morning, giving you a live look at oakland there. a little haze there, and southwesterly breeze. funeral services will be held tomorrow for a man who fell over the railing during the a's baseball game thursday. shannon stone fell about 12 feet behind the outfield wall. he was reaching for a ball that had been tossed by josh hamilton. the rangers say they plan to meet this week to address safety at the stadium. they've already been contacted about ensuring safety for fans. a roadside bomb killed three police officers in the city of kandahar. also today, another roadside bomb killed a top afghan district leader. so far this morning, 15 coalition service members have
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died. we just learned within the last five minutes that u.s. secretary of defense, leon panetta is now in iraq. he flew into baghdad this morning. just yesterday, he was in afghanistan, he met with hamid karzai, and david petraeus. >> the key is that having gotten bin laden, we've now identified some of the key leadership within al-qaeda. both in pakistan as well as in yemen. >> president obama wants to bring about 12,000 service members back home this year and 23,000 next year. news of the world is saying thank you, and goodbye to readers this morning. the final paper hit news stands today. the tabloid is shutting town after allegations that they
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hacked voice mails of celebrities, homicide victims. >> i'm so proud of my colleagues who have continued this week in absolutely trying, and very personally, and professionally difficult circumstances in such a professional matter. >> news of the world has been around 168 years. the paper is owned by news corps, the parent company of fox news. just hours ago, rupert murdoch arrived at the offices of the news division. house speaker john boehner is abandoning plans for a $4 trillion package. >> both agree it's going to hurt. republicans don't want tax increases. democrats wants to keep entitlements like medicare and
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social security in tact. so far, neither side is budging. >> we agree after a decade of wracking up deficits and debt, we need to get our fiscal house in order. we agree to do that, both sides are going to have to step outside of their comfort zones and reach political sacrifices. >> reporter: it's almost an automatic no vote for republicans elected with tea party backing, and democrats who promised to key entitlements as is. >> i'm one of those who very strongly believes we ought to pay for what we buy. but i also believe we ought not to put this country on the brink of chaos. >> let's review some of the
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statistic mr. speaker. >> negotiators need a deal in the next few days if they're going to beat the august 2 deadline. it will take about three weeks to write the bill, tweak it, and push it through both houses. fighter jets intercepted two jets near camp david this weekend. the two separate incidents took place yesterday while president obama was there for a presidential retreat. in both cases, the civilian planes were met with f15 fighter jets and landed without incident at nearby airports. this is the fourth time this month that planes have been intercepted while president obama was at camp david. passengers on a united airlines flight from chicago to germany have finally reached their destination one day after an unexpected detour. the plane departed from chicago, friday. but was diverted to cleveland. an airport spokesman says a male passenger was acting suspiciously and would not comply to settle down.
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the passenger got physical with a flight attendant, and several other passengers tackled the man. >> they got him down on the ground. >> the man was removed from the plane in cleveland, and questioned by the fbi. passengers had to spend the night in cleveland, because the flight crew had exceeded the allowed number of hours while on duty. it is not known if the unruly passenger will face any charges. the royal couple will spend their final day in california, visiting organizations on what's known as skid row in los angeles. prince william and his wife kate plan to -- attendees included tom hanks and barbara streisand, and a number of top
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british actors. >> i'm immensely proud of the success brits have had in the world of television, movies and video games. >> even though they've been in california just a few days, the royal couple has raised thousands of dollars for charity. yesterday, prince william participated in a charity polo match in santa barbara. vip tickets were selling for $4,000. for those polo players who wanted to be on prince william's team? that cost them $100,000. on the economy watch this morning, mountain view based google is getting ready to report second quarter earnings on tuesday. google is likely to announce earnings of $6.78 a share. up nearly 19% from a year ago. google stock dropped on friday, despite this positive forecast. overall, company shares went up
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8% in june, but remain 8% down on the year. the commerce department will release june sales on tuesday. analysts say consumer spending is likely to stay flat until job growth picks up. the june jobs report released last friday, said the nation's unemployment rate rose slightly from 9.1, to 9.2%. an ohio father springs into action, after his son falls down a 40-foot well. >> i told him to calm down, it's going to be all right. afternoon highs expected to take another drop for your afternoon. coming up, we'll tell you what you can expect outside your door.
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a truck driver in michigan was killed after his truck slammed into a grocery store. police say the driver was cut off on a highway, lost control, shot up an embankment, and slammed into the side of the market. one witness says two cars were racing nearby, and may have played a role in that incident. an ohio family says swimming lessons helped save their 3-year-old son after he fell into a well. dylan was able to stay afloat
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on the 10 feet of water inside the well. the father climbed down himself. >> amazing what you can do, if your son or daughter is trapped in a well. screaming and crying for your name. >> firefighters eventually arrived on scene to help pull the father and son out. a lot of events going on across the bay area. one of them is in san francisco where people are going to be out on the streets. >> bring along a few extra layers if you're heading out that direction. giving you a look outside your doors. some of us definitely waking up with sunshine. in fact, areas along the south bay, east bay, inland east bay, i should say. let me clarify that one, dealing with mostly sunny
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skies. how about the forecast for your giants? breezy conditions and 60 degrees is going to be the temperature right there at at&t park. so again, another cool one along the coastline. it's going to be mild and warm inland. mid-70s for napa this afternoon. 73 san rafael, and inland spots, heading towards the east. antioch looking at 82. 81 for concord. most of us are going to be cooler. the coolest spots along the coast, 59 expected for this afternoon, and pacifica. the extended forecast going to hold onto this cooling trend. upper 50s, low 60s as we roll through the first half of next week. even a little drizzle along the coastline. inland spots continue to watch the temperatures fall. upper 70s for your back to work monday. mid-70s, by wednesday and thursday. back to you. the fog at the golden gate will not stop a sea of pink.
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the avon walk for breast a cancer is a two day event. each participant raised $1,800 that will go toward breast cancer research. >> mitsy is my sister. she died 11 years ago. i said i would start walking for her. it's strangers except for one reason, and the reason is breast cancer. everyone either wants to avoid it, or survive it. >> the walk will wrap up at 3:00 this afternoon at fort mason. another good cause, a blood drive in the honor of a late martinez police sergeant. why some people who wanted to donate had to be turned away. coming up after the break, an update on the collision and
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how the accident could impact construction here.
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taking a live look outside this morning, as we hit 8:30. we've got another day with temperatures that are cooler than normal for this time of year. welcome back to mornings on 2. >> good morning, everyone, i'm mike mibach. rosemary orozco will have your full forecast coming up. first, a united airlines flight was diverted to chicago this morning after a threat was found inside a bathroom. a crew member found a sticker with a threatening message in the bathroom. he says the plane was diverted
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to chicago as a precaution. the plane was searched, and cleared to fly onto germany. no word what that threatening message said. a san francisco worker is seriously hurt after cutting a live wire. live with more on the accident that has halted construction on part of the terminal. >> reporter: we can show you exactly where this accident happened. on the corner, across from us, where you see that caution tape, that's where a construction worker was electrocuted yesterday. in an update we got just 30 minutes ago, from a project spokesperson, we're told the worker is doing okay this morning, and is supposed to make a full recovery. this accident happened around 12:30 yesterday afternoon. the spokesperson for the joint powers authority explained to us this morning, their report of how this accident happened. he says the construction worker was using an excavator machine
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to relocate some under ground line. cal-osha completed their investigation. >> we can only say the construction management team will allow work to continue there when it's deemed safe and appropriate and all questions have been answered. we don't believe this will impact the schedule. as we say, there is work going on throughout the project area, and we are moving forward. >> reporter: now the only work that's going to be on hold is in that area where this accident happened. just that cordoned off, caution tape area on the corner of mission and fremont. as you heard the spokesperson explain, that temporary work stoppage is not supposed to affect the over all schedule.
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the center is still scheduled to open in 2017. live in san francisco, allie rasmus, ktvu, channel 2 news. overnight in san jose, a man was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after he hit the scene of a house fire. two firefighters were reversing the engine in the allen rock area, just after 12:30 this morning. they say the man crashed into the engine, after driving around two cars and stopped while a fire captain directed traffic. no one was hurt. a vallejo teenager is facing multiple charges this morning. police say the 17-year-old unlicensed drivers speeding in a stolen hummer. officers tried to pull him over in fairfield, but he did not stop. the chase continued into vallejo and the suspect lost control, hitting three cars at
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a stoplight. >> a cloud of spoke went up in the air. by the time i got over here, there was highway patrol, vallejo pd, there was everybody. guns drawn, chasing people everywhere. >> at least five people were hurt. most seriously, a 5-year-old boy who was sitting in his mother's lap in one of the cars that was hit. the 17-year-old suspect faces fit and run, e -- hit and run, evading arrest, and stolen vehicle charges. tense moments for an elderly driver in san francisco. the man mistakenly stepped on the gas pedal, while trying to park. paramedics took the driver to the hospital, but his injuries are not considered serious. no one else was hurt in the incident. a man who filed a gun at
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hayward police officers is injured. no one was hit. the suspect hold up in an apartment complex for several hours. the standoff ended at 5:00 a.m. when he shot himself. police say a man walked into the store, pointed a gun at a clerk at the customer service desk, and demanded cash. he got away in a white chevy impala with an undisclosed amount of money. it's been one week since a bart police officer fatally shot a man on the san francisco civic center station. now planning a protest against the department. it's scheduled for 4:30 tomorrow afternoon at the civic center station. organizers will be calling for the complete shut down. they're also calling for officers involved to be charged and prosecuted. it was last sunday when
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bart police shot and killed a man they say was holding a knife. reporting san francisco police investigators. san francisco police officers will not have to worry about layoffs for at least a year. the union approved a contract that requires officers to contribute an additional 3% of their salaries to the pension funds. in exchange, the city agreed to no layoffs over this fiscal year. mayor ed lee is asking workers to make concessions to save the budget. east palo alto took 75 guns
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off the city streets. weapons taken in, included rifles, hand guns, and shotguns. the incident happened after a baby was killed in an incident. >> there wasn't a dry eye in the department. >> gun violence in palo alto is down about 50% from last year. good morning to you, a live look, what's happening out there this morning, gray skies in some spots over our city locations. some of us waking up with plenty of sunshine. we'll have the clouds along the coast. let's take a look armed the area. winds generally light. a little breezier in areas like concord, and fairfield this morning. gusting a little stronger. i wanted to get in a little closer here. we will continue to see the
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clouds along the coastline. sausalito, down into pacifica, across the bay bridge, oakland, san leandro. areas around hayward seeing a little sunshine this morning. mostly sunny, as well as san jose, partly cloudy. and up along mountain view, redwood city, all the way into millbrae. inland areas, reporting mostly sunny conditions. along the north bay, could be seeing some clearing. sonoma, waking up, mostly sunny, napa, and it looks like santa rosa with clouds, as well as a little bit of fog out there. we will continue to see the clouds along the coast. the rest of us could be with plenty of sunshine today. take a look at what's expected to happen here. your lunchtime along the bay area, just a little bit of a cloud cover as well as fog. then banked up along the coastline. that's really not going to go away. i'm going to take you into 5:00 this afternoon.
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we're still watching it along the golden gate bridge and down along the coast line. our cool weather maker will be with us today, and into the first half of next week. the fog and low clouds through the morning hours, will be the norm. partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies in the afternoon. temperatures continues to fall. looking at 82 for st. helena. 73 san rafael. eastward, 81 for concord today. 79 in danville. 80 for pleasanton. low 70s fremont. 59 pacifica. 62 today in san francisco. low 70s in redwood city. the extended forecast as i mentioned a moment ago, continue below normal for this time of year. tuesday into wednesday, even thursday. temperatures anywhere from 10
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to 15 degrees below the average for this time of year. if you're going to be out for lunch, we have temperatures coming up for you in just a little while. this week, jaycee dugard opens up about her terrifying ordeal with the release of her memoir. her book, a stolen life goes on sale tuesday. people magazine has printed excerpts. she says she published her memoir to document her 18 year ordeal. she also discusses her behavior with the garridos, and how she wishes the best for her two daughters. sergeant brian carter died on june 22 from the flood cancer, nonhodgkins lymphoma. on friday, people donated blood in carter's memory. 60 people were actually turned away. a total of 75 units of blood
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was collected. the department hopes to make the blood drive annual event. montana wants to build a commercial development next to the planned 49ers stadium. the city manager believes others should have a chance to lease the property through an open bid. montana will pitch the project to the council tuesday. the giants are looking to close out the first half of their season with a series win against the new york mets. yesterday, the world champs were down 1, bottom of the 1, bases juiced when nate schuerholz hits one over the bag. the mets try to turn the double play, but huff beats the flow. sandoval scores on the play, giving the giants the 2-1 lead, and that is all they would
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need. tim lincecum striking out 6 batters over 6 innings, and the bullpen finished the rest. the giants win, 3-1. in texas, the flags were flying at half staff in remembrance of the fan who died thursday. yesterday, the teams battled in a close game. coco crisp breaking a tie in the 7th, with a shot. then it was up to the closer, the bottom of the 9th, gets andrews to ground one to second, but the throw goes wide. everyone was safe at first. next, josh hamilton at the plate, and bye bye baseball, the shot goes high into the upper deck. the rangers win, 7-5. improving u.s. military relations. we will tell you the country that the united states top military adviser is visiting for the first time in three years. hello parents, it's going to be a big school year.
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your kids are going to climb rope. they're going to have a year long tug war with the ceiling. and by the time they get out of 8th grade, they're going to do it with sweat on their brow and achievement in their hearts. so, this is what they're gonna need: running shoes, t-shirts, tube socks, fruit cups, cheese sticks, energy bars, rope climbing gloves, rope burn ointment, and a jump drive. not sure what that is, but they're gonna be jumpin'. school takes a lot. target has it all.
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good morning to you, san francisco, haze, fog, low clouds, and in the 50s, as we step outside your door. new this morning, in northern india, at least 31 people are dead, after a train derailment in morning.
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right now, rescuers are trying to free trapped passengers from the carriages. officials say it is too early to know what exactly caused the derailment, and that accidents are common on the state owned indian railway. on thursday, 38 people died when a train hit a bus transporting a wedding party. two chinese miners have survived after spending 180 hours trapped underground. rescuers pulled the pair to safety after hearing faint sounds overnight. crews think more men might be trapped in the same section of a ventilated tunnel. as we showed you live here on mornings on 2, just about 40 minutes ago, the space shuttle atlantis has docked for a final
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time. atlantis and its crew will spend more than a week at the station. a new country has a new leader this morning. 10s of thousands of people attended in the swearing in ceremony of the south sudan president. it officially became its own nation after separating from the north. but issues remain unresolved between the two countries. this week private ceremonies will be held to honor former first lady, betty ford. she was 93 years old. a funeral service is scheduled for thursday in michigan. u.s. hopes to thaw chilly relations with china. admiral millen flew to beijing
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today. the administration wants to ease ill will over officials including u.s. arms sales to taiwan. >> in the spirit of mutual benefit, it is important to emphasize that china's rise does not provide america's decline. a new york state roller coaster could be open this morning after an iraq war veteran fell to his death. the new york department of labor is investigating the accident. the death came just months after his release from the walter reed medical center. he lost both of his legs to a roadside bomb in iraq in 2008. caltrans will launch a new public safety campaign
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tomorrow, after three of its workers died. one of the deaths occurred in san diego. richard gonzalez died after being hit by a car. caltran's new campaign encourages drivers to follow the state's move over law. it requires motorists to slow down, and move out of the lane next to any caltrans car or truck that has flashing lights. the public will be able to see the ground zero memorial on september 11. the memorial is built around the footprints of the twin towers and can hold 1500 people at a time. in our election 2012 coverage this morning, another presidential candidate is committing to a conservative group's marriage pledge. in an interview airing this morning on cnn, rick santorum said he had signed the marriage
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pledge from a conservative christian group in iowa. the pledge calls on presidential candidates to avoid adultery, oppose same-sex marriage, and appoint faithful constitutionalists as judges. another presidential hopeful is stumping through florida this weekend. john huntsman will base his campaign in orlando. he told a group of voter it's, he's ready to lead the country, revitalizing the economy is a central theme. >> you're going to court your way through prosperity through tax reform, through regulatory reform, and steps toward energy independence. >> he has a personal tie to florida. his wife is from orlando. he resigned his post as u.s. ambassador to china to run for president. transformers continues to rule the weekend box office.
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transformers dark inside of the moon held onto the top spot on friday, taking in $14.9 million. the final numbers come in, the movie is expected to bring in $46 million for its second weekend. the dark side of the moon debuted at the top spot last weekend. could there be another big hosting gig in the works for oprah winfrey? chicago sun-times says she is at the top of the list to host the academy awards. she would be the third woman to do so behind whoopie goldberg, and ellen degeneres. a new member of the 3,000 hit club, and the man who
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caught the ball is also making headlines. a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood, coming up.
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new york yankee shortstop, derek jeter is the newest member of baseball's 3,000 hit club. jeter is the 28th major leaguer to reach this milestone, and the very first yankee to do it.
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jeter's teammates greeted him at home plate, to celebrate hit number 3,000, part of jeter's perfect day at the plate yesterday against the tampa bay rays. he hit safely in all five at- bats, and had the game winning hit. the lifetime yankees fan gave him back the ball. >> mr. jeter deserved it. money is cool and all, i'm only 23 years old, i have a lot of time to make that. >> he told the yankees he didn't want anything, the team awarded him anyway, with 4 luxury box seats for every game for the rest of the year, including the playoffs. thousands of thrill seekers have run with the bulls in spain. the running of the bulls on
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sunday is traditionally, the biggest run of the festival, and features spains largest fighting bulls. a bit of a different type of running of the bulls in new orleans. the bulls in this case are members of a roler derby team. some of them are armed with plastic bats. they hit those who get in their way. the city banned dogs downtown in 1976, in part because of homeless people who did not pick up for their pets. they hope a new bill will convince the santa cruz city council to lift the downtown ban, when it comes up for a vote later this week. some san francisco streets will be closed to cars for five hours today, as part of the sunday streets program. on the second sunday of every month, the city shuts down streets in one neighborhood so
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people can skateboard and ride bikes throughout the area. the great highway will also be closed between sloat and lincoln. one last check with rosemary on your forecast. >> the clouds will be hugging the coast most of the day. sitting in the low 50s, to upper 50s right now. partly cloudy skies expected for your lunch hour. upper 50s for the coast, upper 60s/low 70s for the inland spots. for the afternoon, a little cooler than yesterday. 59 expected in pacifica. 82 expected in antioch. a pleasant day if you're going inland. maybe the last day for the alameda county fair. upper 70s to low 80s around concord, livermore. take a look at your extended forecast along the coastline, going to be a cool one.
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low clouds, upper 60s through thursday. our inland areas in the mid- 70s. it's going to feel like may. it's going to turn around, and it will be hot once again. >> thanks rosemary. >> thank you for joining us don't forget ktvu.com 24/7. thanks for watching mornings on 2. have a fantastic sunday, everyone. ♪ [ music ] it's really delicious, mom.
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Mornings on 2
FOX July 10, 2011 7:00am-9:00am PDT

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